Utah is among the fastest growing states in the country. Utah’s transportation agencies are working together to ensure an excellent quality of life for all Utahns that includes good air quality, a vibrant economy and affordable transportation choices.

Investing in major capital projects require decades of planning and thoughtful consideration regarding how to pay for them. Preserving the existing transportation system means ensuring roads, buses, rail lines, trails, sidewalks, etc. are properly maintained. This requires a coordinated, regional effort that does not stop at jurisdictional boundaries.

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), Utah Transit Authority (UTA), Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization (CMPO), Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC), Mountainland Association of Governments (MAG) and Dixie Metropolitan Planning Organization (DMPO), are the transportation agencies responsible for transportation planning and programming across the state. Their work is based on rigorous technical analysis and robust stakeholder input that reflects community and regional values and proactively plans for the future.

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Utah's Unified Transportation Plan 2007-2030 Cover